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Prototypes, residential treatment program in Pomona, California, is part of the Second Chance Women’s Re-entry Court program, one of the first in the U.S. to focus on women. It offers a cost-saving alternative to prison for women who plead guilty to non-violent crimes and volunteer for treatment. Of the 297 women who have been through the court since 2007, 100 have graduated, and only 35 have been returned to state prison.
Residents began to be evicted from the world’s tallest slum, the Tower of David, a half-built skyscraper that
These satellite images provided by DigitalGlobe show the Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash site in Ukraine.
Wildfires in the Pacific Northwest continue to grow, with 21 different wildfires burning nearly a million acres as
A hundred years ago, on July 18th, 1914 Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, marking the the start of the First
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